Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library Themes & Motifs

Chris Grabenstein
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Bullying

Bullying is a theme that is addressed in this novel through the example of Charles and the way that he treats others. Charles eventually gets his due punishment as he is ejected from the game. Note, however, that it is only after the adults in charge of the game review the video and audio and have proof of Charles’ act of bullying Andrew that they actually take action against him.

Charles is portrayed as the antagonist from the beginning of the novel. He is the affluent rich kid who believes he deserves special treatment just because he is Charles and rich. He makes snide remarks to and about the other game participants. He manipulates both Andrew and Haley into joining his team because he believes they can be beneficial to him. Charles doesn’t plan to share any of his winnings or the glory with either...

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